The second half started in the same tone as the first, with action straight away. All Stars had the chance to make it three, but Bass could not find enough contact.
Borough did their best to try and get back into the game, with Shearing once again causing problems for his former team. He channelled his inner Diego Maradona, with some impressive runs in this match.
However, this was not enough as the All Stars got the third, they threatened to get for so long. Smart converted a penalty kick just before the hour mark to all but seal victory.
A fourth would quickly arrive as AS Eastbourne made sure of victory. Ratcliffe demonstrated brilliant ball control with his chest, bringing it down with ease before playing in Agbude. He showed great composure, taking the ball past Simons and into the net for his second of the game.
After their side secured the trophy, manager Crease gave his thoughts on the win and what the future holds for his young side. He said: “Any final is always special. I’ve got to say congratulations to Eastbourne Borough for getting to the final and a making it a great spectacle.
"I thought they were the much better side first half, the 2-0 didn’t reflect the first half. That said, I thought we were the much better side second half. Goals win games.
“Sometimes we need to compete that little bit more and I don’t think we did that first half. Any team of mine must compete. Second half I thought we did.
“Next season we will push them into our under-18’s. Some of those boys will probably play senior men’s football next season. It’s down to them but we will push them as hard as we can."